Here's what we've learned from Trump's impeachment trial
I thought this was a pretty good summary of where we stand. The following excerpt stood out at me; it’s been my frustration from the start, three wasted years.
You might not have been paying much attention if you've been all-in on watching this impeachment trial, but there is a Democratic primary going on. While every Democratic candidate agrees that defeating Trump is their number one priority, there are many miles that separate them in how to go about it.
There's a middle lane, embodied by Joe Biden, offering a relic of the Obama era to undo what Trump has wrought.
But there's also a left lane, embodied by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, that would serve up a nearly socialist agenda of government programs as the antidote to Trump's nationalist populism.
If their organizing principle as a party is to defeat a President who they say is threatening the fiber that holds the country together, they have not yet done a very good job agreeing how to go about it.
Trump has generated a political gravity that leaves no room for dissent against him in the GOP. Democrats are still trying to find their feet.